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RHS

RHS

Invesco S&P 500® Eql Wt Cnsm Stapl ETF
NYSEARCA

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149.92
+0.14
+0.09%
Closed 12:59 11/27 EST
OPEN
150.02
PREV CLOSE
149.78
HIGH
150.02
LOW
149.51
VOLUME
6.58K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
152.63
52 WEEK LOW
108.85
TOTAL ASSET
475.25M
YTD YIELD
2.51%
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A Bullish Signal For SPDR S&P 500
SPDR S&P is facing cross-currents nowadays.Trying to predict the future is a loser's game, investors should rather focus on analyzing market conditions and adapting to them.When consumer discretionary stocks are outperforming consumer staples stocks, this is typically bullish for SPY.The Consumer Trend Model does a solid job of avoiding drawdowns and riding bull markets in SPY by reading the signals from the consumer sectors.As of the time of this writing, the model is sending a bullish signal for SPY.
Seekingalpha · 10/19 14:37
Retail Spending Surges In September
Retail sales and food-services spending posted a strong gain in September.The September gain was the fifth in a row.Core retail sales, which exclude motor vehicles and gasoline retailers, posted a 1.5 percent gain for the month.Unit vehicle sales, reported earlier in the month, have also staged a very solid recovery.Results across the various categories of retailers were mostly positive in September.
Seekingalpha · 10/17 07:30
September Production And Consumption Measures Both Surprise - In Opposite Directions
Industrial production has a 100-year-plus record of measuring the production side of the economy.Similarly, retail sales have a 70-year-plus record of measuring the consumption side of the economy.In September, both surprised, as production failed to confirm leading indicators and declined, while sales boomed despite the ending of emergency Congressional assistance.I am inclined to take both with extra grains of salt as potentially impacted by pandemic-related seasonal distortions.
Seekingalpha · 10/16 14:43
U.S.: September Sales Surge
US retail sales are incredibly strong, rising 1.9% month-on-month versus 0.8% consensus.Strength was broad based with 12 out of 13 categories reporting a rise.Nonetheless, we shouldn't take too much away from what was a very good report, which saw sporting goods up 5.7%, health spending up 1.7% and eating/drinking out up 2.1%.
Seekingalpha · 10/16 14:03
Trends With Benefits #30: Omnichannel Retail With Jeff Macke
Among the largest names in retail, as represented by the MVIS U.S. Listed Retail 25 Index, the differences between winners and losers this year is dramatic.The difference separating many of the names into winners and losers is their ability to leverage not only ecommerce, but all channels of marketing to facilitate engagement with their brand.
Seekingalpha · 10/13 23:53
The Deceptive Recovery In Retail Sales Can't Last
Retail sales climbed back to record levels in June and continued to grow in July and August - despite painful levels of unemployment and income loss.But the good times will not last much longer: The massive government income support programs that funded consumer spending are ending, while shoppers will need to resume normal household necessities.Absent additional government interventions - which seem increasingly unlikely - retail sales will soon fall again and remain depressed until the pandemic eases and the economy recovers.
Seekingalpha · 10/09 17:45
The Big 4: August Retail Sales See Nominal All-Time High
With the release of August Retail Sales and the Consumer Price Index, we've updated this commentary to include the latest Real Retail Sales.Month-over-month nominal sales in August increased by 0.56%.Real Retail Sales, calculated with the seasonally adjusted Consumer Price Index, increased by 0.18%.
Seekingalpha · 09/18 10:03
Retail Sales: Up 7.5% In June
Seeking Alpha - Article · 07/17 11:59
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Return
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1-Month
3.6227%
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3-Month
7.5694%
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6-Month
9.0075%
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1-Year
2.5145%
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3-Year
8.4902%
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5-Year
9.0661%
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10-Year
13.1640%
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Since Inception
10.6767%
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Fund Name
Invesco S&P 500® Eql Wt Cnsm Stapl ETF
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2006-11-01
Benchmark
S&P 500 Consumer Staples TR
Advisor Company
Guggenheim Investments
Custodian
The Bank of New York Mellon
Manager
Hubbard/Jeanette/Seisser, Team Managed